The elements of artificial intelligence: an introduction using LISP

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Computer Science Press, 1987 - Computers - 530 pages

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One of the most mind-boggling and career-changing books I've ever read/studied. Up there with GEB, IMHO. I still think about and use some of its techniques and principles, lo these many decades later...

Contents

Introduction
1
Programming in LISP
15
Exercises
48
Knowledge Representation
89
References
131
Search
139
References
177
Logical Reasoning
187
Learning
283
References
316
NaturalLanguage Understanding
323
Vision
379
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446
Exercises
454
Expert Systems
461
The Future
475

References
231
Probabilistic Reasoning
239
References
277
Summary of LISP Functions
485
Software Ordering Information
530
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